Spring Ribbon Wreath

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I wanted to bring some simple inexpensive spring decor into my daughter's room. This ribbon wreath was super simple to make and didn't cost much at all thanks to some coupons and reusing an old wreath form!

I wrapped the ribbon around my foam wreath to determine the proper length. And then I cut all the ribbon to this size.

I chose blues and greens but ANY color will work... even fabric scraps could be pretty.

One at a time, I glued each ribbon around the wreath securing with a hot glue gun.

To add a little fun, I wanted to make some ribbon tassels. I folded three ribbons in half...

Then I wrapped the top with a piece of string. I glued these onto the wreath.

Don't they look fun hanging there along the bottom edge?

This is hanging on the sunburst mirror I made for $2 from dollar store supplies. See tutorial for that here!

This couldn't have been much easier to make and the only supplies needed are a cheap foam wreath form and some ribbon!

Suggested materials:

  • Ribbon
  • Foam wreath form
  • Hot glue gun

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  • Jan Jan on Mar 19, 2017
    Would this be able to hang outside?

  • Mary Mary on Mar 24, 2017
    I love the idea and your color scheme (my favorite)! What is the brand and color of the beautifully subtle wall and the contrasting white (the most difficult color to get right). The whole scene is lovely! Thank you.


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  • Dl.5660408 Dl.5660408 on Mar 18, 2017
    It looks perfect with the cute clothes pin mirror you made

  • Debra Bergert Debra Bergert on Mar 22, 2017
    very colorful ...you spent time cutting all the ribbons, i think, for my taste, more hanging ribbons together at the bottom. the mirror frame is very unique...and i like your curtains and the blue throw on the rocker. can i have this room???